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Ecosystems of Eastern Europe at the time of maximum cooling of the Valdai glaciation (24―18 kyr BP) inferred from data on plant communities and mammal assemblages
Abstract Data on Eastern European fossil mammal fauna and palaeoflora dated to the Last Glacial Maximum (24–18 kyr BP) have been summarized using PARADOX and ARC/VIEW software. PalaeobotanicalExpand
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The North Eurasian mammal assemblages during the end of MIS 3 (Brianskian–Late Karginian–Denekamp Interstadial)
Abstract Abundant Northern Eurasian mammal data have been collected from deposits of the final part of MIS 3 (Brianskian–Late Karginian–Denekamp Interstadial). They indicate a period of some warmingExpand
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Comparing various forms of morphological diversity by means of dispersion analysis (exemplified by studying measurable morphological traits variation in three rodent genera, Mammalia).
Dispersion analysis of variances (MANOVA) is shown to be of use in comparative analysis of different forms of morphological diversity expressed in measurable traits. This approach is exemplified byExpand
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Environments of the Russian Plain during the Middle Valdai Briansk Interstade (33,000–24,000 yr B.P.) Indicated by Fossil Mammals and Plants
Abstract Abundant mammal (45 localities) and plant (52 sections) fossil data collected from the Russian Plain deposits of the Middle Valdai Briansk Interstade indicate a period of noticeable warming.Expand
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The Eurasian mammoth distribution during the second half of the Late Pleistocene and the Holocene: Regional aspects
Abstract Based on geographic information (database PALEOFAUNA), in combination with 14 C and other methods of paleo dating (1584 localities, 4033 dates, including 1501 direct dates), we firstExpand
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